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Night Fighter Scoped Carbine

Miami, FL

Dynamic Solutions Training Group and VSK Tactical are pleased to welcome Buck Doyle.  Follow Through's Night Fighter & Scoped Carbine courses provide a one-of-a-kind shooters’ experience designed to bring the physical, mental, and technical aspects of gunfighting off of the square range and into a rugged, rural environment where shooters learn to maximize the capability of their carbine/AR rifle.  Buck Doyle brings over two decades of observation and experience on and off the battlefield in teaching students to shoot, move, and communicate— from the gunfighter’s perspective.

In Night Fighter, Follow Through, Dynamic Solutions and TNVC have teamed up to take all of the elements of the Scoped Carbine course into a no-light environment. Night Fighter courses will give shooters the opportunity to employ a variety of night vision clip-on devices (both I2 & thermal), while incorporating all of the instructional tenets of the regular Scoped Carbine course.

Subjects covered include zeroing/truing, range estimation (Accuracy 1st 12” Rapid Engagement Formula), utilizing practical supported/non-supported shooting positions from cover and concealment, fire & maneuver, observation methods with a rifle scope, atmospherics, and accurately engaging targets from under 100 to 500 meters.

An adjusted schedule will include some daylight instruction/training, working well into the night.

Prerequisites: Shooters must have a mastery of the fundamentals of marksmanship and manipulation of the AR platform. 

Price:  $750.00 US

(Includes Leupold optics with Tremor 3 reticle provided for use. )

Equipment needed:

  • Serviceable semi-auto carbine/AR 15 (5.56mm or .30 cal). Must have a forward rail with a top 1913 Picatiny rail to mount clip on thermal and Nightvision equipment

  • Rifle Optic (recommended: F1, variable powered with H27, H59, Tremor 2 or 3 Horus Reticle.  Included in course fee.)

  • “Off-set” sight, i.e., RTS (Dueck Defense), RMR, Aimpoint, etc. (for CQB courses of fire)

  • 500 rounds ammo (300 rounds must be match grade)

  • Bi-pod & Sling (2-point, i.e. Vickers’ Tactical)

  • Rifle cleaning gear

  • Shooting Mat

  • Rear Bag

  • Note pad and pen/pencil

  • Gloves

  • Knee pads

  • Elbow pads (optional)

  • Day pack (small pack to carry during the day containing water, snacks, wash cloth, etc.)

  • Ballistic eye protection

  • Ear protection (electronic ear muffs)

  • Appropriate clothing suited for weather & running in micro terrain

  • Light weight boots or trail running shoes

  • Strong belt (1.5” to 2” wide) that will support additional weight ie loaded magazines

  • Ball cap or bush cover (sun protection)

  • 4 magazines for your weapon system (20 and/or 30 round capacity)

  • 1 magazine pouch/ war belt

  • Retention pouch to retain empty magazines


Additional equipment:

  • White Light/ Head lamp

  • Bug Repellent (Highly Recommended)

  • Sun screen

  • Lip balm

  • Face towel

Buck Doyle served over 21 years in the US Marine Corps, including 17 years and multiple combat tours with Special Operations units. As a Reconnaissance Marine attached to 1st Force Recon, 1st Recon BN, and MARSOC units, Doyle served as Team Leader, Platoon Sergeant, and Chief Instructor at Special Missions Training Branch. He has current, extensive experience in hostile fire/combat zones in the Middle East, Africa, and Asia. Doyle retired from the Marine Corps a Master Sergeant with multiple awards, including the Bronze Star (with Valor).

In 2010, Buck founded Follow Through Consulting, LLC, and spent four years contracting with the Department of Defense as a member of the Joint Expeditionary Team (JET), advising and assisting combat units in Afghanistan.


As a regular contributor to RECOIL Magazine, Buck has been featured on two of its covers, and has been both the subject and author of articles in RECOIL, Combat Tactics, Shooting Illustrated, Concealment, Ballistic, SWAT, and World of Firepower Magazines. Additionally, Buck is one of nine U.S. service members featured in Mark Lee Greenblatt's book, Valor: Unsung Heroes of Iraq, Afghanistan, and the Home Front, and was the subject of an episode the Outdoor Channel’s “Fight to Survive.”  

Buck Doyle
Buck Doyle
Guest Instructor

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